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Panpsychism, the idea that inanimate objects have consciousness, gains steam in science communities.

Dr. Martin Picard is an associate professor of behavioral medicine at Columbia University Irving Medical Center, specializing in both psychiatry and neurology. Together, expertise in these two fields suits one well to understanding the essence of what makes one human. Picard is particularly knowledgable about mitochondria, a structure found within nearly all cells that have a nucleus. They provide most of the chemical energy that cells use in their various biochemical tasks, and are sometimes likened to batteries.

https://www.salon.com/2021/07/23/panpsychism-the-idea-that-inanimate-objects-have-consciousness-gains-steam-in-science-communities/?fbclid=IwAR3ZZ4CA5lSum3mGhwPYbiYBLhEZaJO8e0SFrqiNGVjK-G6PMVE_JScosHI

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